Aging in Place: Keeping Older Johnson County Residents in Our Neighborhoods

An Obermann Conversation featuring Nancy Hauserman, Susan Shullaw, and Mercedes Bern-Klug

Join Nancy Hauserman (Professor Emeritus, College of Business), Susan Shullaw (strategic communications consultant), Mercedes Bern-Klug (John A. Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar and Director of Aging Studies), and Teresa Mangum (Professor of Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies and Director, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies) for a discussion about the value of mixed-demographic neighborhoods and how to help Johnson County seniors continue to live independently in their homes. Hauserman and Shullaw are on the board of a new nonprofit, TRAIL of Johnson County, a membership-based organization whose mission is to help older adults successfully age in place by providing Tools and Resources for Active, Independent Living.  

February 15, 2017, 4:00–5:00 p.m., Iowa City Public Library, Room A

Co-sponsored by the Iowa City Public Library.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Join Nancy Hauserman (Professor Emeritus, College of Business), Susan Shullaw (strategic communications consultant), Mercedes Bern-Klug (John A. Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar and Director of Aging Studies), and Teresa Mangum (Professor of Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies and Director, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies) for a discussion about the value of mixed-demographic neighborhoods and how to help Johnson County seniors continue to live independently in their homes. Hauserman and Shullaw are on the board of a new nonprofit, TRAIL of Johnson County, a membership-based organization whose mission is to help older adults successfully age in place by providing Tools and Resources for Active, Independent Living.  

Co-sponsored by the Iowa City Public Library.